Student Services


Student Wellness Leader Recommendation

Position Description: Student Wellness Leaders (SWLs) hold an important leadership position on campus. SWLs serve as liaisons between The Office of Health & Wellness Education and the student body. They are responsible for developing and facilitating health education programs, facilitating a health session during September and February orientations, and serving as a resource for students.

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Recommendations are due by
Friday, February 18th, 2011.

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Responsibility— reliability, promptness, accuracy, and conscientiousness
Communication Skills— ability to convey ideas and listen attentively to others
Initiative—ability to recognize areas needing attention and willingness to take action
Maturity— ability to handle difficult situations and confidence to act independently of peer pressure
Interpersonal Skills— tolerance, flexibility, and ability to work with peers, faculty, and staff
Sensitivity— ability to understand another’s troubles and show true interest and concern
Leadership— ability to organize and motivate others
Appreciation of Diversity— demonstration of respect for others' differences and ability to interact effectively with peers about controversial/sensitive topics

Please comment on any or all of the above areas as they relate to the way in which you believe this candidate would perform as a Student Wellness Leader.

Taking into consideration that this student is applying for a position of educating peers about physical and emotional health issues through planning and implementing workshops, individual advising, and organizing social activities,
would you:

Are you willing to be contacted should further information be necessary?